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more this evening about michael landsberry. he was a former marine, a former member of the national guard and the outpouring out here of grief has been overwhelming. one student saying today that mr. landsberry told her he would do anything to protect the people he loved, but diane, no known motive for what happened out here today. >> so many students writing about him online. thank you, cecilia vega. >>> today was filled with echo newtown, connecticut. that tragedy more than ten months ago. in that time there have been 13 shootings at american schools. >>> we move next to washington and a day of damage control for president obama, the confusion, the outrage over the obama care website has grown so long the president himself decided to stand up and promise something better. abc's chief white house correspondent jonathan karl with the latest. >> reporter: listening to the president today you might think the health care rollout has been a smashing success. >> thousands of people are signing up and saving money as we speak. >> reporter: but he also acknowledged after three weeks proble
: michael landsberry was an air national guard veteran who served in afghanistan. he was a popular coach for the school soccer team. players say they rubbed his bald head for good luck. vanessa jimenez is a former student. >> he was an amazing teacher to me. he was like a hero. [ crying ] >> reporter: besides michael landsberry two students were shot. they apparently have nonlife- threatening injuries. nearly 200 law enforcement officers secured the campus. rattled parents came to pick up their children. >> there was pure fear in these children's eyes running everywhere. >> it's very scary not to feel safe. >> reporter: sharon chin, kpix 5. >> police say that shooter used a gun from his parents' house. investigators have nearly 30 witnesses now to interview and video to look at. >>> a mystery child found in a gypsy camp in europe has triggered a worldwide investigation. police in greece found this five or six-year-old girl known as maria last week during a drug raid. they have been she may have been kidnapped by the people claiming to be her parents possibly to claim government benefits
tribute to former marine michael landsberry as investigators give us new details on monday's school shooting this hour. eyewitnesses recount the terrifying experience and parents thank the man who gave his life for their children. >> he was telling him to stop and put the gun down. the kid yelled out no, yelling at him, and he shot him. >> mr. landsberry did it. he sacrificed his life to take our kids into safety. i thank him for that. he's a true hero. >> a very good tuesday from washington. i'm kristen will keelker, in fo great andrea mitchell. they saw glitches with the site before it went live including several crashes. joining me from the daily fix chris cillizza, host of tv's in play. thanks for joining me this afternoon. chris, i want to start with you. you just wrote a column about the fact jon stewart might be president obama's biggest problem. really, bigger than john boehner? >> well, look, here is the deal. obama care is the law of the land. i think we've seen over the last mon month. we've seen delaying it isn't going to happen. now it moves into implementation and publ
. michael landsberry approached the boy and told him to lower his weapon. he teenager fired into his chest. >> we don't know everything he was doing but he was trying to intervene. >> reporter: landsberry was an international guard veteran who served in afghanistan. he was a popular coach for the school soccer team. players say they rubbed his bald head for good luck. >> he was an amazing teacher to me. he was, like a hero to me. >> reporter: two other students were shot and have nonlife threatening injuries. 200 law enforcement officers secured the campus and rattled parents came to pick up children. >> there was pure fear in the children's eyes. >> it's scary not to feel safe. >> reporter: the school will be closed for counselling and the investigation for the next week. there are 30 witnesses to interview and video to look at while they try to figure out the motive. >>> a gunman shot and killed a man in front of his 15-year-old son. today police say the suspects lured the two to the south l.a. neighborhood with a craigslist ad promising cell phones for sale. >> he feels guilty because h
in stable condition. sparks middle school is closed after the shooting near reno. michael landsberry, a 45-year-old math teacher, and veteran, tried to stop the shooter only to be shot down. his brother said he served several tours in afghanistan and was probably trying to talk the gunman out of shooting. a friend of the gunman described him as a nice kid who was getting picked on at kid. >> did he have friends? >> sort of. authorities say the 12-year-old shooter two took his life used a nine millimeter handgun that may have belonged to his parents. they are trying to figure out if the shooting was targeted or random. >> happening today, the ohio family of an iraq war veteran killed at home is meeting at the cemetery officials over the future of a cartoon character tomb season. she loved sponge bob square pants and the family spent $25,000 on two massive monuments. they said the cemetery gave the okay but now they are removing the tombstones. >> flavored cigars are smoked by one in 30 teens. the centers for disease control found that smoking rates with candy or fruit. 19,000 students grade
last fight nor math teacher michael michael landsberry, a student killed him in a shooting near reno, nevada. he was like a second dad. he cared so much about the students. >> reporter: police say the 45-year-old military veteran tried to stop the 13-year-old gunman monday morning by telling him to lower his weapon but instead the teen shot landsberry in the chest. >> he said i would help you guys. i would do anything for you guys. i guess that meant taking a bullet. and he did. >> reporter: landsberry's sister told reporters she's not surprised her brother lost his life trying to protect students. the shooting at sparks middle school started around 7:15. law enforcement officials say they arrived within three minutes. but by the time they got there the shooter had already wounded two students, killed landsberry and turned the gun on himself. >> he said you ruined my life and i'm going to ruin yours. >> reporter: police say it's too early to determine whether the 13-year-old student targeted specific people. jerika duncan, cbs news. >> police say the teen got the gun from his family'
identified him has michael landsberry a math teacher. investigators are still working on a motive. >>> if you hit the highways, you might have noticed more flashing lights. maryland troopers came out in full force ticketing drivers of the move off law. it requires drivers to merge into another lane or slow down. emergency crews are parked on the shoulder. >> the problem we're having now is we have to split our attention between the violator that we have in front of us and the traffic pattern behind us. na makes -- that makes our job twice as hard. >> the enforcement comes after jacqueline kline was struck and critically injured. trooper kline is expected to be moved to a rehab facility soon. >>> weather wise, south breeze and a mild evening. the winds are subsiding, still 5 to 15679 the temperatures are comfortable. 06 in annapolis and 61 in chester town. this is after we topped out close to 70. it was mild with the sunshine. we'll got another day but mild. the cold front. you see the line of showers up toward detroit, kansas city. that is the leading edge of air. the overnight hours will be
this evening about michael landsberry. he was a former marine, a former member of the national guard and the outpouring out here of grief has been overwhelming. one student saying today that mr. landsberry told her he would do anything to protect the people he loved, but diane, no known motive for what happened out here today. >> so many writing about him online. >>> today was filled with echos of newtown connecticut. since that time there have been 13 shootings at american schools. >>> we move next to washington and a day of damage control for president obama, the confusion, the outrage over the obama care website has grown so long the president himself promised to stand up and provide something better. abc's jonathan karl with the latest. >> reporter: listening to the president today you might think the health care rollout has been a smashing success. >> thousands of people are signing up and saving money as question speak. >> reporter: but he also acknowledged after three weeks problems with the website continue. >> there is no sugar coating it. the website has been too slow and t
right then and there. >> reporter: a shot that killed 45-year-old michael landsberry, a popular eighth grate teacher. a former marine who served several tours in afghanistan and is now being called a hero. >> he was a very well-liked teacher by the students and other teachers. it's very unfortunate that someone like that that protected our country over there and came back alive, his life had to be taken. >> he loved teaching at sparks middle school. he loved the kids. he loved coaching them. he loved teaching them. he was just a good all-around individual. >> reporter: students are pouring out their grief on social media. >> having him for the math was best. it's too hard to even believe. no teacher will take his place. nothing is going to be the same any more. you are a hero and you will always be missed at sparks middle school. >> reporter: as for the student suspect, police say he took his own life with that gun. >> i knew the person with the gun. he was really a nice kid. he would make you smile when you're having a bad day. i saw him getting bullied a couple times and i think he t
before a gunman killed himself. people remembered their friends and teacher michael landsberry. it was a somber gathering last night as students and their parents remember their friend and teacher michael landsberry. the sparks middle school math teacher was also the middle school soccer coach. fris say the 45-year-old military veteran was trying to stalk the school assailant when he himself was shot and killed. >> what kind of a teacher was he? >> he was an amazing teacher. he taught students like i've never seen. >> he was tough, but he had a really soft heart. that's why he became a teacher. >> reporter: at least one witness pointed to a possible motive revenge. >> he pointed to us and then he said, you ruined my life and i'm going to ruin yourself. >> reporter: after shooting landsberry and two other classmates, the student turned the semi-automatic handgun on himself and was killed. officials tell cbs news the gun was owned by his parents. police scanner audio described the chaotic scene. >> we're inside the cafeteria where the students are huddled. th
michael landsberry. it was a somber gathering last night as students and their parents remember their friend and teacher michael landsberry. the sparks middle school math teacher was also the middle school soccer coach. fris say the 45-year-old military veteran was trying to stalk the school assailant when he himself was shot and killed. >> what kind of a teacher was he? >> he was an amazing teacher. he taught students like i've never seen. >> he was tough, but he had a really soft heart. that's why he became a teacher. >> reporter: at least one witness pointed to a possible motive, revenge. >> he pointed to us and then he said, you ruined my life and i'm going to ruin yourself. >> reporter: after shooting landsberry and two other classmates, the student turned the semi-automatic handgun on himself and was killed. officials tell cbs news the gun was owned by his parents. police scanner audio described the chaotic scene. >> we're inside the cafeteria where the students are huddled. they're safe here. we're looking for the shooter now. >> i just thought it was just a joke. then i
a math teacher michael landsberry after he tried to stop the student from shooting. >> he pointed to us and then said, you ruined my life. and now i'm going to ruin yours. landsberry was a 45-year-old military veteran. it's too early to say whether the 13-year-old student was targeting specific people. >>> president obama is vowing to make changes to streamline the affordable care act website. cbs reporter tara mergener tells us some republicans want to know what went wrong. >>> reporter: >> reporter: house republicans get back to work today and want to know what went wrong with the government's website consumers use to shop for health insurance plans. >> they told us over and over they were going to be ready. >> reporter: congressman fred upton the chairman of the house energy and commerce committee will hold a hearing thursday to look into the glitches. monday he issued a statement saying, it is now time for all those responsible to explain what happened. a new cbs news survey shows 49% of those polled say the signup process is not going well. >> there's no excuse for the problems. >>
: dozens found the strength to attend a vigil last night for math teacher michael landsberry. a student killed him during a school shooting near reno, nevada. >> he was honestly like a second dad to me when i went there. [ crying ] >> he cared so much about the students. >> reporter: police say the 45- year-old military veteran tried to stop the 13-year-old gunman monday morning by telling him to lower his weapon. but instead, the teen shot landsberry in the chest. >> he said, i would hope you guys, i would do anything for you guys. and i guess that meant taking a bullet. [ crying ] >> and he did. >> reporter: landsberry's sister told reporters she is not surprised her brother died trying to protect students. the shooting at sparks middle school started around 7:15. law enforcement officials say they arrived within three minutes. >> we're inside the cafeteria where the students have been huddled. so they are safe here. we're looking for the shooter now. >> reporter: but by the time they got there the shooter had already wounded two students, killed landsberry, and turned the gun on him
or i don't know if it's his teacher, but a teacher, michael landsberry, walking toward him trying to confront him. that is when the teacher was shot in the chest. the student then found another student, shot that one in the abdomen before taking his own life. police are saying during that time, other students were allowed to run while michael landsberry was there confronting the student and that the staff and student inside the school ensured that he did not get inside with that weapon. that's something they're saying is very helpful because it could have been a much worse situation. also learning that the parents of the assailant have police protection with them. they have been cooperating fully with the police as this investigation continues, and they could face charges if it's found out that this gun that he used belonged to them and that it wasn't handled properly. >> stephanie elam, thank you so much. the teacher killed in the school shooting was known by his students as batman and lived up to his super hero nickname in the final moments of his life. shouting at students to r
just couldn't stop-- couldn't just stop aiming at kids. >> reporter: mact teacher michael landsberry, a veteran of the war in afghanistan, saved lives in the school yard. >> there were, like, a couple of kids trapped in the door way and they had nowhere to go andis mr. landsberry stepped in front of them and saved them. i guess he was aiming at them. mr. landsberry stood in front of him and the kid shot him. >> reporter: did mr. landsberry give the kids time to get away. >> yes, when i found out it was pretty heartbreaking. school will never be the same without him. >> reporter: michael anduja says the gunman seemed angry but not at anyone in particular. instead, scott, he seemed to be taking it out on everyone. >> pelley: john blackstone in sparks, nevada. john, thanks very much. we're going to visit the camp where a mystery child was found. and choking smog shut down a major city when the cbs evening news continues. campbell's homestyle soup with farm grown veggies.er ] just like yours. huh. [ male announcer ] and roasted white meat chicken. just like yours. [ male announcer ] you'
michael landsberry. also in nevada, a guy tried to get his cover charge back from a vegas nightclub and he apparently wasn't happy with the music. he got into a fight with the manager and pulled a gun. that's when another club-goer tried to step in to help. police say the guy with the gunshot and killed the man who was trying to help. and this all happened at the dre's nightclub in the lower level of bally's. the suspect is in custody. >>> well, the president is offering no excuses for the computer problems plaguing the federal insurance website. tech experts are being brought in to help resolve the site's problems. kpix 5 consumerwatch reporter julie watts explains why "covered california" isn't having the same issues. >> the gold is 219 and the platinum -- >> reporter: this tattoo shop manager is searching insurance rates on "covered california." california's version of the federal healthcare exchange. >> really a gamble on which one you pick. >> reporter: and while she may not like everything she sees -- >> maximum out of pocket is no more than what i'm paying right now. >> reporter: -
, indiscriminate shooting spree. >> reporter: students say math teacher michael landsberry approached the boy and told him to lower the weapon but the teen shot landsberry in the chest. >> in my estimation, he is a hero. we don't know everything he was doing yet but we know he was trying to intervene. >> reporter: sparks students describe landsberry as a school favorite. the air national guard veteran also coached the school's soccer team. players remembered rubbing his bald head for good luck. vanessa jiminez was in landsberry's math class last year. >> he was an amazing teacher to me. like -- he was like a hero to me. >> reporter: the two boys wounded are both 12 years old. their injuries are not life threatening. and, scott, we've learned by t gun used by the 13-year-old shooter belonged to his parents. >> pelley: john blackstone in sparks, nevada. thank you, john. president obama stepped out into the white house rose garden today and acknowledged there are major problems with the federal government's web site for signing up for insurance under the new health care law. here's what the pres
minutes, but it was all over. students say 45-year-old math teacher michael landsberry had approached the boy and told him to lower his weapon. instead, the teen fired into the teacher's chest. >> to my information, we don't know everything he was doing yet, but we do know he was trying to intervene. >> reporter: landsberry was a military veteran, having served tours in afghanistan. he coached the school's soccer team and was a beloved figure on campus. >> he said, i would help you guys. i would do anything for you guys. i guess that meant taking a bullet, and he did. >> reporter: police say they have nearly 30 witnesses to interview and video to review while they try to determine the young shooter's motive. one thing authorities do know, the shooter used a handgun he took from his parents' home. teresa garcia, cbs news. >>> president obama says the numerous problems affecting the government website will be fixed. but he didn't say how soon. the president said there were no excuses for computer bugs and suggested people use the phone to sign up for obama care. but that is not silencin
. witnesses say michael landsberry, a 45-year-old math teacher and veteran, tried to stop the shooter, only to be shot dead himself. the boy went inside and fired. then, the shooter turned the gun on himself, fatally. did he have friends? >> sort of. he got bullied a couple times. >> reporter: but amid the tragedy this morning, stories of heroism. this student, part of a group that tried to help landsberry, running towards the gunfire instead of away from it. >> everybody ran towards mr. landsberry. >> reporter: that's pretty brave. >> it's a teacher. he kind of needs help. >> reporter: they didn't know how to help. they just knew they wanted to. >> we didn't know if he was breathing or not. >> reporter: were there teachers there helping you? >> no, the teachers all ran inside because they were trying to get all the students inside. >> reporter: they could still hear gunshots. so, they ran inside and hid in a dark classroom. were you scared to be there to help him? >> kind of. >> reporter: overnight, an outpouring of grief from a community in mourning. >> to me, that tells me that he touche
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shot in the stomach. >> reporter: a math teacher, michael landsberry, was trying to protect students police say when he was shot and killed. >> all he thought about was getting all the children safe. >> reporter: parents were upset because they first heard about the shooting from the news. >> they did a good job but not as fast as they should have got the information out and more organization. >> coming up at 5:30 p.m. a local stratfrag responding to active -- strategy for responding to active shooter scenes. >>> pg&e is allowed to reconnect the pipeline in san carlos but gas pressure must remain at a reduced judge with california public utilities commission gave pg&e permission to reconnect the line. it has been out of service since earlier this month but with cold weather approaching the line may be needed. pressure will be kept at 125 pounds per square inch as part of the order. 330 pounds is the maximum pressure. a hearing to address full pressure will be held next month. >>> two b.a.r.t. workers killed working the train lines. new at 5:30 p.m. we talk to the unions about the saf
right then and there. >> reporter: a shot that killed 45-year-old michael landsberry. a popular eighth grade teacher. he was a former marine who served several tours in afghanistan. he's now being called a hero. >> he was a very well-liked teacher by the students and other teachers. it's unfortunate that someone like that that protected our country over there and came back alive, his life had to be taken. >> he loved teaching at sparks middle school. he loved the kids. he loved coaching them and teaching them. he was a good all-around individual. >> reporter: students are pouring out their grief on social media. i had the chills when i heard that mr. landsberry died. having him for math was the best. it's too hard to even believe. no teacher will take his place, nothing is going to be the same anymore. you are a hero and you will always be missed at sparks middle school. as for the student suspect, police say he took his own life with that gun. >> i knew the person with the gun. he was really a nice kid. he would make you smile when you're having a bad day. i saw him getting bullied a
two students. that teacher has been identified as 45-year-old michael landsberry. witnesses say after the first shot was fired landsberry rushed to the shooter and tried to grab the gun. >> little kid took the gun out of the backpack and threating to kill the teacher. he pulled the trigger and the teacher was dead. the shooter turned the gun on himself. the other injured students are expected to survive. they are looking into how he got the semi-automatic gun. >> another big retailer opening its doors on thanksgiving. >> here is the bloomberg business report with james king. >> new survey says more consumers plan to shop online than at the discount stores. the report says that consumers plan to spend $421 on holiday gifts, 9 percent more than last year. >> kohl's will be open for business on thanksgiving and toys 'r us are planning on opening on the holiday. verizon is asked to help the obama administration fix problems with the federal health exchange website and has been asked by the department of health and human services to return the health.org. >> that the news in the new york s
, as investigators try to piece together what led to yesterday's shooting. one of the victims was michael landsberry. not only a teacher at the middle school but also a father, husband, and a veteran of our war in afghanistan. family members say they're not surprised he died trying to save little lives. meanwhile, some of his students say their teacher loved batman so much that many used the title as his nickname. one student tweet, you'll always be known at everyone's batman, you're a hero. i love you. rest in peace, are in landsberry. another, hero before and a hero forever. mr. landsberry was an amazing teacher. a real world batman. will carr is in our west coast news hub this afternoon. >> reporter: the mount of sparks is mourning and the local police department does not have any plans to release the suspect's name. they say the suspect was a 12-year-old. he was in seventh grade and he showed up to school with a nine millimeter ruger handgun he had taken from his home. they say a short time later the suspect shot landsberry, two other suspects and then shot and killed himself after he cooperate
for math teacher michael landsberry, killed during a school shooting near reno, nevada. >> he was like a second dad to me when i went there. he cared so much about the students. >> reporter: police say the 45-year-old military veteran tried to stop the 13-year-old gunman monday morning by telling him to lower his weapon but instead the teen shot landsberry in the chest. >> he said i would help you guys. i would do anything for you guys. i guess that meant taking a bullet. he did. >> reporter: landsberry's sister told reporters she's not surprised her brother lost his life trying to protect students. the shooting at sparks middle school started 7:15, law enforcement officials say they arrived within three minutes but by the time they got there the shooter had already wounded two students, killed landsberry and turn the gun on himself. >> he said you ruined my life and i'm going to ruin yours. >> reporter: police say it's too early to determine whether the 13-year-old student targeted specific people. jerika duncan, cbs news. >> the names of the student with the gun or two students he in
and teacher now being hailed as a hero, 45-year-old michael landsberry was a former marine and member of the nevada air national guard. on the "today" show this morning, one student described coming face to face with that child shooter. >> i thought it was because he was aiming his gun right at my chest and i looked at the gun and my chest -- he was going to shoot me. he was telling him to stop and put the gun down. and then the kid yelled out no, yelling at him. then he shot him. >> nbc's joe fry ar is in sparks nevada with more. joe? >> reporter: at the news conference today, police revealed more details about what happened at sparks middle school yesterday. when the student arrived, he first shot one student in the shoulder then had a confrontation with math teacher mike landsberry, ended up shooting and killing him. after that he shot another student in the abdomen before shooting and killing himself. at this point police are not releasing the name of the shooter and it's unclear if they are going to release the name of the shooter. they do say they are trying to investigate wheth
. >> dozens found the strength to attend a vigil last night for math teacher, michael landsberry, a student killed him during a school shooting near reno, nevada. >> he was honestly like a second dad to me when i went there. he cared so much about the students. >> police say the 45-year-old military veteran tried to stop the 13-year-old gunman monday morning by telling him to lower his weapon, but instead, the teen shot landsberry in the chest. >> he said, i would hope you guys, i would do anything for you guys. and i guess that meant taking a bullet and he did. >> landsberry's sister told reporters she's not surprised her brother lost his life trying to protect students. the shooting at the middle school started around 7:15. law enforcement officials say they arrived within three minutes. >> we are inside the cafeteria where the students have been huddled. they are safe here, we're looking for the shooter now. >> by the time they got there, the shooter wounded two students, killed landsberry, and turned the gun on himself. >> he pointed to us and said, you ruined my life and i'm goi
fire in sparks, nevada. police say the teacher michael landsberry died while trying to shield other students. two students were wounded before the young gunman committed suicide. >>> relief for commuters this one of america's biggest cities this morning. the bay area rapid transit has reached a tentative deal with its union who went on strike on friday. the bart is the fifth largest commuter rail system in the nation. bart's general manager says some of the trains will be back in service at 6:00 a.m. local time in california. >>> while hurricane raymond is still about 100 miles from shore, it's causing plenty of problems along mexico's southern pacific coast. the storm's bands are dumping rain over a region still recovering from record floofding just a few weeks ago. -- flooding just a few weeks ago. ports were closed and hundreds of people evacuated. >>> sunshine and temperatures in the 60s? we hope you like it. >> because you won't see them any time soon. howard joins us with details of a big cooldown next in the seven-day forecast. ( telephone rings ) hi, honey. how's the camping
is identified by local news outlets as 8th grade math instructor michael landsberry, a former marine, the victim of the shooting. witnesses say he was trying to stop the shooting. >> the best description is chaos. it's too early to say whether he was targeting specific people or just going on a indiscriminate shooting spree. >> reporter: and memorial and prayer services are planned for tonight to remember those who are injured and the teacher who died. in sparks, nevada, derek shore, kpix 5. >> the school will not be open for the rest of the week. >>> a judge says that pg&e can reconnect that gas pipeline in san carlos but at reduced pressure. the line was shut down earlier this month after internal emails raised some concerns that it might fail and cause an explosion similar to the one in san bruno. the hearings are scheduled for next month on whether the line can operate on maximum pressure. that decision is expected in december. >>> dozens of truckers are protesting at a port of oakland terminal mad about what they say are unfair labor practices and say working conditions are unsafe. they sto
teacher michael landsberry, who was a former marine, and the unidentified boy dead and two students now recovering from their gunshot injuries. earlier on the "today" show, one student described just how close he came to being a victim himself. >> we looked back towards where we saw the noise and then we see the kid pull out his gun and shoot the kid in the arm. so then they started running and i froze, because he was aiming his gun right at my chest. i looked at the gun and my chest like he's going to shoot me. so then i turned around and i ran. i heard a gunshot and i thought he shot me. then i looked back and he shot a kid in his leg, arm and stomach. >> so what more do we know about this teacher who made the absolute sacrifice? joe fryer is in sparks, nevada. joe, what's the latest? >> reporter: well, many are calling that teacher a fallen hero. it was just over 24 hours ago students were arriving for another day of school. police say that's when a student showed up with a semiautomatic handgun and opened fire. there were 20 to 30 witnesses. many say it was teacher mike landsberry w
flowers and candles in memory of michael landsberry killed yesterday morning as he tried to protect other students from the shooter. >> reporter:i did talk with students who knew landsberry very well. you'll hear what they have to say about what their former teacher did to help them. that's tonight at 8 >> he always wanted to help. and what ever it was he always wanted to be there and help your >> he protected others from harm. that is a hero in my book. >> he loved his wife's so much. so much >> i miss him to. that is about it. >> reporter: pm. live in sparks, j.r. stone kron 4 news. >> catherine: back to our top story. bart trains resume their service after a multi-day strike. our political analyst michael yaki is here. >> catherine: we were talking about all of the politicians showing up for the announcement. >> since there has been backscattered. for good, and tried to get >> i think none of them should have been there. unless you had something to do with getting this done. >> catherine: there is that bill. we talk about it that is kind of growing. that is making striking any illegal
got it from his residence. >> the teacher who was killed was identified as michael landsberry. he is married with two stepdaughters. the injured students are said to be in stable condition. >>> nevada research institute announcing a discovery that could lead to a drug to protect people against alzheimer's disease. protein found in two-thirds of the people who get alzheimer's reduces the presence of another protein that slows the ageing process. they say they're experimenting with two drugs that block the effects of the alzheimer-linked protein. they say found in red wine also increases the anti-ageing protein. >>> it is a fan frenzy half a world away. we're going to take you to london where ktvu joe fonzy went in search of 49er fans and met up with their british counter parts. >>> plus a big league proposal with kanye west and kim kardashian. >>> our drieshgs mild weather remains in place for your wednesday, but take a look, the low clouds moving back in. i think smouf us will see dense fog once again for tomorrow morning. i'll have a look at where it should be at its thickest, wh
they support our troops. but with congress unwilling to pass sensible gun safety reforms, michael landsberry is just one soldier who you've badly let down. coming up, we'll turn the page with today's top lines. p [ mixer whirring ] [ dad ] hold it steady! look! one select-a-size sheet of bounty is 50% more absorbent than a full size sheet of the leading ordinary brand. use less with bounty select-a-size. a confident retirement. those dreams, there's just no way we're going to let them die. ♪ like they helped millions of others. by listening. planning. working one on one. that's what ameriprise financial does. that's what they can do with you. that's how ameriprise puts more within reach. ♪ . >>> from the president's website to the first lady of american comedy, here are today's top lines, heads will roll. >> president obama's new national health care program has been beset by a number of problems with the website. >> more of this country believes obama care has been repealed. than have been able to sign up for obama care. >> nobody is more frustrated by that than i am. >> the president a
. michael landsberry was rushing to help too injured students. >> he walked up to the teacher and he said back up. teacher started backing up and he pulled the trigger. >> it was a very well liked teacher by the students and other teachers. it's unfortunate that someone like that that protected our country over there and came back alive, his life had to be taken. >> he loved teaching he loved the kids. he was just a good all around individual. >> some describe the shooter as a nice kid who was bullied. it is not clear if that's what prompted the shooting. >>> ceelo green accused of slipping ecstasy to a woman in july. he pleaded not guilty to a drug charge. the woman also claims he raped her. and nbc hasn't said how or if the drug charge will affect green's future with the sing pg competition. >>> two of the women rescued from the house of horrors are ready to write a book about it. amanda berry and dween in a dejesus were rescued in may after ten years in captivity. >>> sleepwalking. look at this video. a woman says she was asleep and walked off a subway platform. other than an injury to
harry reid chimed in. michael landsberry veteran, wonderful math teacher, admired by students died a hero. police have not suggested any motive for shootings. we may get more details at a news conference scheduled for 10:00 pacific time this morning. school and another nearby will be closed for the rest of the week while this community mourns. charlie, norah? >> john, thank you. >>> and president obama is vowing that healthcare.gov will be fixed. in a cbs news poll out this morning only 12% of americans say the government's efforts to sign people up for health insurance is going well. 49% believe it is not working. bill plante is at the white house. bill, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. and good morning in the west. well, we now know that there were signs of big trouble before the website opened for business. but the administration launched healthcare.gov anyway. "the washington post" says this morning that in a prelaunch test to see if it could handle tens of thousands of people at once, the site crashed when just a few hundred had logged on. now, the pr
opened fire at his school, killing a beloved teacher and hurting two others. math teacher, michael landsberry, a marine veteran being held as a hero. police say he confronted the shooter, sacrificing his own life but probably saving many others. >> didn't believe it at first, you know. i was too cool to be shot. but, i got home, i heard the news and, it really hit me hard. >> he was honestly like a second dad to me when i went there. he cared so much about the students. he said, i would, i told you guys i would do anything for you guys and i guess, that meant takeing a bullet. and he did. >> will carr live with more from the los angeles newsroom. will, what can you tell us about this heroic teacher? >> reporter: well good morning, heather. i can tell you the latest is friends and family say that it cops as no surprise that people are calling landsberry a hear row. dozens of people came together last night for a vigil to remember the 8th grade math teacher. he was also a soccer coach. police say landsberry, who was 45 years old, served in the marines, also a member of the nevada nat
students are in stable condition. michael landsberry is being hailed as a hero. a former marine and national guardman he leaves behind a wife and two step daughters. he was 45. >> the "chicago sun-times" a mother from chicago is taking twoi twitter to court after her daughter was bullied. she wants the company to reveal the names of the people involved. she said her phone number was listed and encouraged others to sends her sex. >> "the washington post" netflix says its profits quadrupled in the third quarter creating a jump in its shares. the online video streaming service gained more than a million new subscribers in the u.s. bringing its users to 45 million worldwide. it can be linked to original content and orange is the new black. from "san francisco chronicle" apple will announce new gadgets to showcase in san francisco. insiders anticipate the ipad 5 and an ipad mini with retina display. the release date for a new operating system for mac computers and mac laptops. >>> the "chicago sun-times" the head stone of an iraq war veteran have been removed at an ohio cemetery that
are in stable condition. michael landsberry, the teacher who faced down the gunman, is being hailed as a hero. a former marine and national guardsman, he leaves behind a wife and two stepdaughters. he was 45. >>> the "chicago sun-times," a woman is taking twitter to court after her daughter was bullied on the social media site. she wants to company to reveal who the bullies were. she was accused of being fat, listed her phone number and ebb couraged others to send her sexts. those casualties have been suspended. >>> "the washington post," netflix says profits quadrupled in the third quarter creating a jump in shares. the online video streaming service gained more than a million new subscribers in the u.s. bringing its total to 40 million users worldwide. its success can be linked to original content like house of cards and orange is the new black. >> from the "san francisco chronicle," apple is expected to announce new gadgets for the holiday season today to showcase in san francisco. insiders anticipate the ipad 5 and an ipad mini with a retina display and an eight-inch screen. the tech gian
had brought the gun from home. witnesses say this man, the teacher, 45-year-old michael landsberry, tried to get the student to put down the weapon when he was shot and killed. >> he loved teaching at sparks middle school. he loved the kids. he was a good, all-around individual. >> police say moments after they arrived, the boy shot and killed himself. other students say the student had been bullied. police say it's too early to tell if the student was targeting individuals or if the shootings were random. >>> janet napolitano is already facing new opposition on her new job. there's been no confidence passed in napolitano. some students say they are uncomfortable of her as uc berkeley because of the immigration issues when she was show land security -- homeland security secretary. >>> going through airport security checks will soon start long before you get on a plane. the tsa is expanding background checks on passengers. right now, your name, your gender, your date of birth, they are all compared with terrorist watch lists during the prescreenings. but soon, passengers will be pre
. his life was saved by teacher michael landsberry. joseoins us with his mother. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> morning. >> jose, how are you doing today? >> good. >> yeah? you're hanging in there? >> yeah. >> you saw and heard an awful lot yesterday, jose. take me back to the time you arrived at school. i understand you were just there a short while when the shooting started. what did you see, and what did you hear? >> when i was at school, i was hanging out with my friends, and then we heard a loud gunshot. we thought it was fire crackers. so then we looked back towards where we saw the noise and we see the kid pull out his gun and shoot the kid in the arm. then they started running. i froze because he was aiming his gun right at my chest, and i looked at the gun and my chest like he was going to shoot me. so i turned around and i ran. i heard a gunshot, and i thought he shot me. then i looked back, and he shot a kid in his leg, arm, and stomach. >> jose, you could actually hear some of the conversation going on between that first student and the shooter, where one
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